----- Original Message -----
From: "Ugo Bellavance" <ugob at camo dash route dot com>
To: <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Sent: Thursday, June 02, 2005 7:05 PM
Subject: [m0n0wall] Re: m0n0wall bridging-mode help
> Oliver Kainz wrote:
>>> Oliver Kainz wrote:
>>>> i need to configure my m0n0wall into an bridging firewall,
>>>> to protect my wlan.
>>>> it is possible?
>>>> is ther a tutorial?
>>> Could you give us more details about how you plan to do that?
>> I want to insert a transparent (bridged) firewall between my Network and
>> the WLAN.
>> So the clients have nothings to change.
>> I want to secure my WLAN and this could be one way.
>> I interested for this mode for an stealth non-visible Firewall.
> What I'd do is connect the wan interface to your wired lan and your opt
> interface to you access point and set is as a filtering bridge, but you
> don't give too many details... 'protect' can mean a lot of things. What
> is your access point, what is your network, how are addresses assigned
> for the wired net, the wireless, etc...
i want to connect the access point on the WAN interface.
the LAN interface on the wired LAN.
Protect means a closed network the wireless user have to connect with IPSEC
on an second Firewall.
SSID Broadcast off WEP off.
I have old clients without WPA
The way Wireless Client > Access Point > Firewall 1 >Switch
>Firewall 2 > VLAN 1
Firewall IPSEC Endpoint
its only an example.
A Other way is Wireless Client > Access Point > Switch - VLAN 4 >
Firewall > VLAN 1
!!!Visible Firewall and IPSEC Endpoint!!!!